My pick out of final week’s news is the set of miserable articles on renting.
Tweet of the week
WHAT THERE IS MONEY FOR:
£37bn on a failed Test & Trace
£billions on dodgy PPE offers for cronies
£16bn on bombs & weapons
£200m on a large yacht
WHAT THERE ISN’T MONEY FOR:
Proper pay upward thrust for nurses
Proper training for youngsters
— David Schneider (@davidschneider) June 3, 2021
High value credit score:
Ex-reality TV stars’ ‘misleading’ debt ads banned BBC: Instagram advertisements did not mentions dangers in IVAs, oversimplified software procedure and weren’t marked as advertisements.
Half of debt clients wish they had sought advice sooner Scottish Housing News: Citizens Advice Scotland is publishing the knowledge because it launches its ‘Money Advice Matters’ marketing campaign, encouraging other people not to lengthen and search recommendation about monetary worries.
Swery’s debt repayment RPG The Good Life delayed to autumn 2021 Eurogamer: a “daily life RPG” that follows the adventures of Naomi, a New York photojournalist who strikes to the English the city of Rainy Woods with a purpose to repay an enormous debt. What may be able to move unsuitable? Well there’s a grisly homicide thriller and other people remodeling into cats and canines…
Benefits & different news
Gambling logos feature 700 times in football match, says C4 documentary Guardian: Ex-Scottish Tory leader says ‘radical rethink’ of business’s ‘parasitic’ ties with the game is wanted.
Food Poverty Consumer Council NI: A brief movie about low-source of revenue customers’ get admission to to wholesome, reasonably priced meals.
Technology and low pay Resolution Foundation – webinar on 8 June on how Workertech can lend a hand construct a greater post-Covid long term for staff.
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